Programme brings smiles to 20,000 children

22/02/2014
A programme launched by the National Fund for Vietnamese Children in 1997 has so far helped treat nearly 20,000 kids with cleft lip and palate, helping them better integrate into society. 
 
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The information was released at a conference on February 19 in Hanoi to review the “For children’s smiles” programme and to plan new surgeries for this year.

With the positive engagement of the fund’s chapters in all 63 cities and provinces nationwide, most cleft lipped children received free surgery.

The humanitarian programme, which has been widely lauded, has also received positive support from many international organisations including Operation Smile, ESSO from the US , Vietnam Outreach from Australia and the nation’s International Women’s Club.

According to Hoang Van Tien, Director of the fund, 65 billion VND (2.94 million USD) will be mobilised in 2014 to implement programmes helping at least one million poor children and ensuring their fundamental human rights.

In 2013, the fund raised more than 62.7 billion VND, assisting about 1.5 million children with support for heart, eye and smile treatment and educational fees.

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Quốc Kiên 23/2/14 17:42

Babies' families are very happy.

Huy Lâm 23/2/14 17:58

Bringing smiles and happiness to children.

Hùng Quân 23/2/14 18:00

Humanitarian programs are really necessary and meaningful for the disadvantaged.

Vân Nhàn 23/2/14 18:05

It needs more generosity and kindness for smiles always on the kids' lips.

Hoàng Lân 23/2/14 18:07

Children are country's future.

Huy Quốc 23/2/14 18:16

I like and support for the aim of the programme that ensuring thier fuldamental human rights.

Phạm Hiếu 23/2/14 18:21

these programs should be carried out regularly in rural and mountainous areas to support the disadvantaged baby.

Lê Tín 23/2/14 21:34

Vietnam is for a happy future generations.

Quốc Cường 23/2/14 21:45

I think there should be more humanitarian programs to help children,especially who has fatal disease.

Quân Hoàng 23/2/14 22:20

Wish our dear children good health.

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